|Disruptive Innovation and the Way We Learn - WGBH|
Clayton Christensen, professor, business administration, Harvard Clayton Christensen discusses his model of disruptive innovation and its application to the field of education. Clayton M. Christensen is the Robert and Jane Cizik Professor of business administration at the Harvard Business School, with a joint appointment in the technology and operations management, and general management faculty groups...
Keywords: business & economics; education
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|Documentary Filmmaking Today - WGBH|
Lucia Small, director; Randy Barbato, director; John Walter, director; Gerald Peary, writer, director Critic and filmmaker Gerald Peary moderates a discussion of the craft of documentary filmmaking among several independent directors. Panelists include Lucia Small (director of The Axe in The Attic); Randy Barbeto (director of When I Knew, The Eyes of Tammy Faye, and Inside Deep Throat); and John Walter (director of Theater of War)...
|Documentary Story Structure: From Great to Excellent - WGBH|
Fernanda Rossi, documentary story consultant; Gino Del Guercio, filmmaker Fernanda Rossi provides a "before and after" style case study of Del Guercio's documentary in order to illustrate what elements make for great story structure. Using the real life example of Del Guercio's work in progress, Abandoned in the Attic, Fernanda Rossi (known as "the Doc Doctor") explains story structure models and what to look for in making a film excellent...
Keywords: art & architecture
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